Above photo: Bobbie Ann Tilkens-Fisher in front of her home in Wallingford, Pennsylvania. The house was designed by architect Irwin Stein (a student of noted architect Paul Rudolph) in 1958. Photos: Laura Kicey
Having been featured in the New York Times, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Atomic Ranch Magazine, Philly Magazine, Houzz.com, and Apartment Therapy the home of interior stylist and professional picker Bobbie Ann Tilkens-Fisher is a celebrity in its own right. Designed in 1958 by architect Irwin Stein (a student of renowned architect Paul Rudolph) the home features soaring plate glass windows, high ceilings and a distinctive and dramatic closed folded plate roof. It is this latter feature, prevalent in the Desert and California Modern homes, which makes this house a unique find in Northern climes. With an openness, light, and flow the house is a perfect showplace for Bobbie Ann’s collection of both mass market and modern design icons. A truly beautiful home that is resplendent in all seasons.
Bobbie Ann Tilkens-Fisher is a purveyor and interior stylist specializing in vintage modern art, furniture, and objects from the second half of the 20th century, with Philadelphia Magazine naming the living room of her mid-century modern home (showcased here) one of Philadelphia’s “Hottest Spaces”. With her extensive experience Bobbie Ann is available for interior styling projects, and assistance with acquisitions. She can be contacted through her webpage at: www.athomemodern.com.
Every time I see pics of this house, the hair on arms and stand up, my legs too.
way to go DC!
Thanks Andrew! 🙂